Submitted by Axia on April 11th, 2018
In Canada, we celebrate five seasons — spring, summer, fall, winter, and the NHL playoffs. Spring and summer are nice. Fall and winter aren’t bad. But the NHL playoffs are always magical. Even if you’re not a dyed in the wool hockey fan it’s hard to not get swept up in water cooler talk about multi-overtime heroics, impossible underdog wins, and epic Game 7 showdowns.
Submitted by Axia on March 21st, 2017
This week marks the official beginning of spring. In Canada that means only one thing—the NHL playoffs are just around the corner. From the wild card races down the stretch to the rollout of the take-no-prisoners first round, this is without a doubt the best time of year to be a hockey fan.
Submitted by Axia on October 11th, 2016
With the official end of summer and the arrival of fall it’s time to prepare for the emergence of winter’s short days and long nights. In most countries, that means getting lots of lots of Vitamin D on a daily basis. And while that’s generally good practice, up here in Canada winter’s arrival means one thing and one thing only: Ensuring we get lots and lots of healthy NHL hockey on a daily basis.
Submitted by Axia on August 22nd, 2016
They say Canada has two seasons, summer and hockey. Summer is nice, to be sure, but by the middle of August the Canadian heart begins to long for the sights and sounds of the rink.